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February, 1999

A monthly newsletter dedicated to serving the principles of

physical and spiritual health envisioned in the Baha'i Teachings.

Volume 2, Issue #6


Just Clay!

Author Unknown - submitted by Daryoush Yazdani, Japan

A couple vacationing in Europe went strolling down a little street and saw a quaint little gift shop with a beautiful teacup in the window.   The lady collected teacups and she wanted this one for her collection, so she went inside to pick up the teacup, and as the story goes the teacup spoke and said:   "I want you to know that I have not always looked like this.  It took the process of pain to bring me to this point. You see, there was a time when I was just clay and the master came and he pounded me and he squeezed me and he kneaded me and I screamed: "STOP THAT".  But he just smiled and he said, "Not yet".

Then he took me and put me on the wheel and I went round and round and round and round ... and while I was spinning and getting dizzier and dizzier I screamed again and I said, "Please get me off this thing ...please get me off!!!" And the master was looking at me and he was smiling, as he said, "Not yet".

Then he took me and walked toward the oven and he shut the door and turned up the heat and I could see him through the window of the oven and it was getting hotter and hotter and I thought, "He's going to burn me to death".  And I started pounding on the inside of the oven and I said, "Master, let me out, let me out, let me out", and I could see that he was smiling as he said "Not yet".

Then he opened the door and I was fresh and free and he took me out of the oven and he put me on the table and then he got some paint and a paintbrush.  And he started dabbing me and making swirls all over me and I started to gag and I said: "Master, stop it ... stop it ... stop it please ... you're making me gag" and he just smiled as he said "Not yet".

Then very gently he picked me up again and he started walking toward the oven and I said, "Master, NO! Not again, pleeeeease". He opened the oven door and he slipped me inside and he shut the door and this time he turned the heat up twice as hot as before and I thought. "He's going to kill me", and I looked through the window of the oven and I started to pound saying, "Master ... Master, please let me out ... please let me out ... let me out... let me out". And I could see that he was smiling, but I also noticed a tear trickle down his cheek as I watched him mouth the words.  "Not yet!"

Just as I thought I was about to die, the door opened and he reached in ever so gently and took me out, fresh and free and he went and placed me on a high shelf and he said: "There, I have created what I intended. Would you like to see yourself?" I said "Yes", so he handed me a mirror and I looked and I looked again and I said, "That's not me, I'm just a lump of clay" And he said: "Yes, that IS you, but it took the process of pain to bring you to this place. "You see, had I not worked you when you were clay, then you would have dried up. If I had not subjected you to the stress of the wheel, you would have crumbled. If I had not put you into the heat of the oven you would have cracked. If I had not painted you there would be no color in your life. But, it was the second oven that gave you the strength to endure. And now you are everything that I intended you to be - from the beginning."

And I, the tea cup, heard myself saying something I never thought I would hear myself saying: "Master, forgive me, I did not trust you, I thought you were going to harm me, I did not know you had a glorious future and a hope for me.  I was too shortsighted, but I want to thank you.  I want to thank you for suffering.  I want to thank you for the process of pain.  Here I am! I give you myself - fill me, pour from me, use me as you see fit.  I really want to be a vessel that brings you glory within my life"

"When I contemplate, O my God, the relationship that bindeth me to Thee, I am moved to proclaim to all created things "verily I am God"; and when I consider my own self, lo, I find it coarser than clay!"   (Baha'u'llah, The Kitab-i-Aqdas, p.234)


"The mind and spirit of man advance when he is tried by suffering.  The more the ground is ploughed the better the seed will grow, the better the harvest will be.  Just as the plough furrows the earth deeply, purifying it of weeds and thistles, so suffering and tribulation free man from the petty affairs of this wordly life until he arrives at a state of complete detachment.  His attitude in this world will be that of divine happiness.  Man is, so to speak, unripe: the heat of the fire of suffering will mature him. Look back to the times past and you will find that the greatest men have suffered most."   (Abdu'l-Baha, Paris Talks, p. 178 )


"In this day, everyone must be tested, as the time of the 'chosen ones' to prove their worth is indeed very short.  The day of attainment is drawing to a close for them. The 'first fruits' must be ripened in spirit, mellowed in love, and consumed in their self-sacrifice and severance.  None other are acceptable as first fruits, and all who fail to attain to the standard through the tests are relegated to the 'many who are called'." (Abdu'l-Baha, Star of the West, Book 4, Vol. 6, #6)


27 April 1998: The Research Department has found that this is an authentic Tablet revealed by Bahá'u'lláh in the Arabic language, and this is the copy of the authorized translation.

In His Name, the Exalted, the All-Highest, the Most Sublime!

Glorified art Thou, O Lord my God! O Thou Who art my God, and my Master, and my Lord, and my Support, and my Hope, and my Refuge, and my Light.   I ask of Thee, by Thy Hidden and Treasured Name, that none knoweth save Thine own Self, to protect the bearer of this Tablet from every calamity and pestilence, and from every wicked man and woman; from the evil of the evil-doers, and from the scheming of the unbelievers.  Preserve him, moreover, O my God, from every pain and vexation, O Thou Who holdest in Thy hand the empire of all things.  Thou, truly, art powerful over all things.  Thou doest as Thou willest, and ordainest as Thou pleasest. 

O Thou King of Kings!  O Thou kind Lord!  O Thou Source of ancient bounty, of grace, of generosity and bestowal!  O Thou Healer of sicknesses!  O Thou Sufficer of needs!  O Thou Light of Light!  O Thou Light above all Lights!  O Thou Revealer of every Manifestation!  O Thou the Compassionate!  O Thou the Merciful!  Do Thou have mercy upon the bearer of this Tablet, through Thy most great mercy and Thine abundant grace, O Thou the Gracious, Thou the Bounteous.  Guard him, moreover, through Thy protection, from whatsoever his heart and mind may find repugnant.  Of those endued with power, Thou, verily, art the most powerful.  The Glory of God rest upon thee, O thou rising sun!  Do thou testify unto that which God hath testified of His own Self, that there is none other God besides Him, the Almighty, the Best-Beloved.


In the January, 1999 issue, the question was asked:   "What are homeopathic remedies?" "How can they successfully cure various illnesses?"

All alternative medicines tend to be linked together in people's minds and homeopathy is no exception. It is often confused with herbalism, faith healing, aromatherapy etc. which it is not.  Homeopathy is one of the most scientific and precise forms of medicine available.  Discovered by Samuel Hahnemann in the 18th century, it is based on the concept that "like cures like".   Being a true scientist, he then proceeded to test his theory by years of "provings".  Initially, these were done by giving various substances to healthy people and recording the effects on them.  Later, in an attempt to find the lowest dose which would elicit a response, he discovered that the more dilute the "potency" the more dramatic the effect. Conventional medicine, whether using antipathy (the treatment by opposites to neutralize a disease symptom) or allopathy (the treatment by an unrelated substance to try to alter the body's response to disease) is totally different in this respect.  If one dilutes below the usual dose the efficacy is lost.  His method of systematic serial dilution and succussion successfully eliminated the dangers of toxicity in poisonous substances while amplifying the medicinal value of the substance.   This process produces what homeopathic practitioners today call remedies.   They are classified first by their botanical or elemental name in Latin and then by their method and number of dilution.  Thus, Arnica 30c is a Tincture made by diluting Arnica ( a poisonous plant also known as leopard bane) one in one hundred parts, thirty times.  Succussion is performed each time and is believed to be the key to the successful transfer of the medicinal quality of the herb while removing the harmful qualities.  In fact none of the original organic compound remains, only it's "essence" imprinted on the diluent (usually pure water and/or alcohol). 

A significant difference between homeopathy and allopathic medicine is that homeopathy works not by counteracting the body's reaction to disease (called symptoms) but by mobilizing the body's natural defenses to correct imbalances and/or overcome the causative agents. 

The other significant difference is that homeopathy must always treat the entire patient, including, physical, mental and emotional symptoms.  Since illness or dis-ease is seen as an imbalance in the energy or life force of each individual being, a similar imbalance may produce very different symptoms in different beings.  Only when the whole person (or animal) is considered can the correct remedy be chosen.  The potency given to the patient is then based on the length and duration of all symptoms, and progress or cure is viewed only when a return to health (rather than the elimination of symptoms) is seen. 

Homeopathy is an extremely complex method of healing to use and should be used only by trained persons.  It is not a replacement for orthodox medicine but an adjunct to it.  Naturopathic Doctors (in Canada) must complete up to seven years of schooling to learn this (among other things).  Please refer to a professional about the use of these remedies.
Jean Huffman, Wholistic Animal Health Consultant, Ontario, Canada


It's not easy to describe within a few lines on Homeopathy, which is not common to our way of thinking.  I'll just try to give some basic information on this kind of treatment.  Already Hippocrates, the 'father of medicine', advocated that there are two ways of healing.  One can heal with a remedy working against a symptom or disease (i.e. with anti-biotics, anti-diabetics etc) or with a remedy which urges the body to fight the disease by its own innate healing-forces.  This second way is used by Homeopathy.  It applies pharmacological substances from natural sources (mainly plants and minerals) in very small dosages to the patient.  Prior to this the patient and his/her condition has to be exactly and carefully analysed and examined as a psychosomatic whole.  It is not the symptoms or the diseases which are treated, but the patient as a whole with his/her very special individuality and way of expressing the imbalance, which has occurred and led to the disease.  The purpose is not just to treat a malady, but to heal and cure the patient.   There are no negative side effects of the remedy.  In opposition to allopathy, where the physician usually can never be sure about the possible side effects of a certain remedy and the possible damage it may inflict.  Homeopathy applies strictly to the oath of Hippocrates, which says that any damage to the patient should be avoided.

Critics say, because of the very small dosage of substances used in homeopathy, that it is just a placebo.  It's true, that the way of preparing (homeopaths call it 'potenticing') the remedies leads in certain cases to the point, that no trace of the original substance can be found in the dissolution (carrier substance of the remedy itself) by the usual ways of biochemical analysis.  But homeopaths disagree maintaining that it is not a question of the material substance in this case, but a biophysical, energetic phenomenon.  The dissolution carries the information of the original substance within it, it is impregnated with it.   Biophysical analysis of homeopathic remedies in recent years, measuring its electromagnetic and energetical state, reinforce this view.

What is, from strictly chemical viewpoint, the difference between the same computer with and without a program? You won't find the difference, because the way of analysing the difference is inadequate.  Similarily homeopaths maintain this about their remedies.  The information is the aspect which counts.  Furthermore, there are already plenty of "lege artis" studies on the University level, which prove the effectiveness of homeopathy.  Some of these studies prove its effectiveness, even with animals and lower organisms, like microbes.   In this connection, to simply talk about placebo-effects does not seem to be logical.  Finally, millions of patients around the world every year, treated and being cured by homeopathy, believe simply in the fact that whoever cures is right.  Naturally, homeopathy also has its limitations.  It is true, as I can tell clearly from my own experiences, that it quite often cures so-called 'incurable' diseases, but it is not a supernatural miracle-performer.  Moreover, it will not evolve to be, in my humble opinion, the major part of the medicine of the future as its supporters uphold, because it is a curing of people, who are already sick.  It is not a preventive medicine. The medicine of the future has to be first of all preventive and include mainly, according to 'Abdu'l-Baha, nutrition and hydrotherapy.  Furthermore, neither allopathy nor homeopathy usually consider the importance and major role of spiritual healing.

Dr. Bernhard Koppold, M.D., Volos, Greece


We keep a full set of homeopathic biochemic tissue salts in our first aid supply and use them by following the symptom/treatment guidance found in "The Biochemic Handbook" ISBN 0-89378-051-0 and "Biochemic Tissue Salts" by Dr. Andrew Stanway ISBN 0-7225-1156-6.  There are 12 separate Tissue Salts and we purchase them in tablet form in bottles of 500 or 1000. For hiccups, nose-bleeds, crankiness associated with infant/toddler teething, a wide range of mild headaches, cough & cold symptoms, etc. these are incredibly effective.  My eternal gratitude to Sarah Ma'ani, a pioneer in South Africa, from whom I first learned of them.
Carol Bowie, British Columbia, Canada


I first came across homeopathy some 30 years ago, shortly after becoming a Baha'i. It was a Baha'i friend in England, Sydney Barrett, who introduced me to the subject and I am for ever grateful to him for demonstrating to me what homeopathy was about.  In the mid 1960s homeopathy was as mysterious and unknown a subject as was the Baha'i Faith.  Now matters have changed and homeopathic remedies are sold in the majority of pharmacies in the U.K.  This is a far cry from 30 years ago when remedies could only be obtained from one or two London pharmacies.

To me it has become an interesting and fascinating branch of medicine. I have absolutely no medical qualifications but as a "devotee" of homeopathy, I have used it to treat myself and my family over the years.  Children's ailments, the usual coughs, colds and sore throats, sprains, strains, sicknesses of various kinds, have all been treated successfully by means of homeopathy.  Having lived overseas in sometimes hostile conditions and climates, the use of homeopathy has literally proved itself to be a godsend.  If the problem is more complicated, then we have always consulted a competent homeopathic doctor.  I have to say that some of the cures have actually been nothing short of miraculous!

Thelma Batchelor, Leatherhead, Surrey, England


A reader asked us this question: "Within the last few years, I have met a number of people who have lost someone close to them through death.  I would like to learn or receive some tips on how I can help my friends in times of bereavement.  I notice on the issue of grief that not many people like to talk about it and it is a subject which is not dealt with but rather is avoided, hoping it will go away by itself.  I would like to know for example if it is a good idea to organise a 'self help group'? And how can I go about organizing it?"

A reader shared these comments. "Similar with the sick and dying, being ready to listen can be helpful. Active listening, feeding back the feelings, or beginning with 'it must have been hard for you....' And, being able to tolerate silences.  I think there have been some groups for widows and widowers formed in some places.  When and if a person is ready to join a group, or organize a group, depends on the individual."

"Brenda Ueland says listening is a great and powerful thing, a magnetic and strange thing, a creative force.  She writes "Think how the friends that really listen to us are the ones we move toward, and we want to sit in their radius as though it did us good, like ultraviolet rays.  She says that when we are listened to, really listened to as if what we have to say means something, ideas actually begin to grow within us and come to life.  When we have problems, who is it that we go to? she asks.  Not to the hard, bossy practical ones who can tell you exactly what to do, but to the listeners: that is, the kindest, least censorious, least bossy people that you know.  It is because by pouring out your problem to them, you then know what to do about it yourself." (Brenda Ueland, 'Tell Me More' in Utne Reader, Nov/Dec 1992)This was taken from "Chasm of Belief" written by Barbara McLellan from New Zealand.  It is also useful to be familiar with the grieving process.

"The grief process, says Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, is a five-stage process: denial, anger, bargaining, sadness, and finally acceptance.   That's how we grieve; that's how we accept; that's how we forgive; that's how we respond to the many changes life throws our way.  Although this five-step process looks tidy on paper, it is not tidy in life.  We do not move through it in a compartmentalized manner. We usually flounder through, kicking and screaming, with much back-and-forth movement --until we reach that peaceful state called acceptance.

"When we talk about 'unfinished business' from our past, we usually are referring to losses about which we have not completed grieving.   We're talking about being stuck somewhere in the grief process.  Usually, for adult children and codependents, the place where we become stuck is denial.    Passing through denial is the first and most dangerous stage of grieving, but it is also the first step toward acceptance.  "We can learn to understand the grief process and how it applies to recovery.  Even good changes in recovery can bring loss and, consequently, grief.  We can learn to help ourselves and others by understanding and becoming familiar with this process.  We can learn to fully grieve our losses, feel our pain, accept, and forgive, so we can feel joy and love."

(Melody Beattie, The Language of Letting Go, p. 318-19)


By Nona Simons, Reno, Nevada, U.S.A.

When preparing a lesson for Baha'i students, I ran across the most wonderful quote from "Dawnbreakers" page 552-553.  It appears in the story of a dedicated and wise early Babi believer named Hujjat and his fellow Babi's who were living in a fort in Zanjan during the time of the Bab.  They were under serious threat of attack, and Hujjat instructed the guards at the gates to "repeat nineteen times, each night, each of the following invocations:"

Allah-u-Akbar [God the Great]

Allah-u-A'zam [God the Most Great]

Allah-u-Ajmal [God the Most Beauteous]

Allah-u-Abha [God the Most Glorious]

Allah-u-Athar [God the Most Pure]

After the invocations were repeated by the Babis, their attackers became startled and agitated, dropped what they were doing, left their barracks, and ran and hid in houses in the environs of the governor's residence, afraid to attack the Babis at that time.  When the Babis uttered these powerful words, they were mysteriously protected.

For the commemoration of the Birth of the Bab, October 20, 1819, which was held in my home last night, for part of the readings, we uttered these invocations, nineteen times each, and there was a wonderful spirit generated by doing so.   The friends seemed truly happy after the readings ended.  When I utter these powerful words, I do not want to stop, because it feels so wonderful just to say them.

It is possible that much healing could result from uttering these invocations and I am sharing them with you in this spirit. I would be happy if people might want to share their experiences upon uttering these marvelous invocations/supplications to and praise for God.


During the Baha'i month of Loftiness beginning sunrise March 2nd, the Baha'is over 15 years of age fast from sunrise to sunset for nineteen days.   Exempted from the Fast are children under 15, those who are ill, over 70, travelling, pregnant or nursing women, women in their courses or those doing heavy labour.   The Fast ends at sunset March 20, Naw-Ruz (Baha'i New Year).

Abdu'l-Baha tells us that "prayer and fasting is the cause of awakening and mindfulness and conducive to protection and preservation from tests."  (Abdu'l-Baha, Selections from the Writings of Abdu'l-Baha, pp 69-70)

Prayer and fasting "act as stimulants to the soul, strengthen, revive, and purify it, and thus insure its steady development."   (Shoghi Effendi, Principles of Baha'i Administration, p.8)

The Guardian, Shoghi Effendi writes, "it (the fasting period) is essentially a period of meditation and prayer, of spiritual recuperation, during which the believer must strive to make necessary readjustments to his inner life, and to refresh and reinvigorate the spiritual forces latent in his soul.   Its significance and purpose are, therefore, fundamentally spiritual in character.   Fasting is symbolic, and a reminder of abstinence from selfish and carnal desires."  (Shoghi Effendi, Principles of Baha'i Adminstration, p. 9)


Written by Stephen Newbegin and published in the June 1975 issue of the California Regional Newsletter

O My loving companions on the Path
Think ye that the fast is a burden?
Even should you waste into nothingness,
This would be a joy beyond compare.
For those that enjoy this mystic meal,
The True Fast begins at sunset.
If it be that thy stomach groans
And thy tongue is a desert,
Eat and drink thoughts of thy Beloved
Whose sweet fresh water cleanses
And heavenly food strengthens.
And as thy body empties itself, so too
Empty the cup of the heart of self and passion.
And in thy growing weakness
Feel thy humility before God and thy fellows.
And as the dreary hours pass along,
Think of what store of patience
Ye may gather for the coming year.
And as thy body begins to lighten,
Let thy soul float like a kite
In the breezes of the spirit
Though still attached to the form
Which is fulfilling its daily duties.
And when you desire something,
Think of the One Desired,
Who has created all of what thou hast ever desired.
And as your hunger grows,
Think of those less fortunate souls
Who cannot replenish their flesh
During the sleeping of the sun.
And when you break bread,
Think of thy fellow Baha'is all around the world
In unity with your actions.


Here are some essential elements for our spiritual and physical health from an eminent physician.

1) Trust in God
2) Consult a skilled physician and follow his instructions
3) Practice detachment from all save God
4) Practice moderation
5) Pray and meditate daily; read the Creative Word morning and evening
6) Be happy always
7) Simplify
8) Focus
9) Practice patience
10) Eat simple, natural plant foods
11) Drink adequate pure water
12) Evaluate progress daily, summarize weekly


We wish to inform you about a newsletter entitled "Parenting in the New World Order."  This bi-monthly newsletter is dedicated to raising families with strong spiritual values and is published for the purpose of sharing thoughts, comments and experiences on how the teachings of the Baha'i Faith are being applied to the task of parenting and family life.  "Parenting in the New World Order" began slowly with a few families in 1991 and gradually expanded until it was being read around the world.  It is now only available on e-mail at no charge to interested subscribers. Your articles, stories, and thoughts are warmly welcomed.  If you are interested, please e-mail Nima and Negin Anvar who are the new editors of this newsletter at:


I have received and glanced at your newsletter "Healing Through Unity".  I would like to congratulate you for this worthy undertaking and wish to subscribe it.
Counsellor Jabbar Eidelkhani, Bangladesh

We would like to thank you for the inspiring, uplifting, and timely newsletter.  Congratulations on your initiative.  I'm sure many hearts are being touched.  This came as an answer to my prayers.  Have already found much inspiration in the quotes and stories you included.  Honduras is passing through a healing process and needs as much spiritual support and nurturing as possible.  Please include us in your membership list.
Gloria (nee Perdú) and Donald Drysdale, National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Honduras
(Editor's Note: If you wish to send a note or a prayer to the people in Honduras, I would be happy to forward it to Gloria.)

I would like to subscribe to the "Healing Through Unity" Newsletter.  I am a pioneer in Honduras.  I really like your approach; applying Baha'u'llah's teachings to the reality of our situation.  So often as Baha'is we try so hard to be "model" Baha'is - examples to others as we are told to be, but as a consequence don't give enough importance to our feelings and to find the true causes of our conflicts.  Or to just listening and validating other's experiences and feelings-sharing!  I hope to participate, too.  Thanks!
Jackie Schwart Rajabian, Honduras

Thank you for the complimentary copy of the "Healing Through Unity" newsletter, subscriptions to which you are providing as a very generous service to the friends worldwide.  We will be delighted to be on your mailing list for this very uplifting magazine and intend to distribute it to all Local Spiritual Assemblies on email.  You may well also receive requests from friends in New Zealand to have their email addresses added to your mailing list.  We would like to take this opportunity to congratulate you on this wonderful initiative, and to wish you well in its future development.
Suzanne Mahon, Secretary, National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of New Zealand

As a dentist and secretary of the Association of Medicale Baha'is in France, I would like to receive the newsletter so I can resend it to the other members of our association, and other Baha'i health professionals. 
Thank you very much.
Albert Mirabelle, France


"What is the role of a chiropractor? How do the principles and treatments of chiropractic assist us with our health?
If you have a question that you would like answered, you can e-mail this to -- .


"Healing Through Unity" is published for the purpose of sharing thoughts, comments and experiences on how the teachings of the Baha'i Faith are being applied to our physical and spiritual health.  Other than the quoted Writings, the material in this newsletter represents the thoughts and opinions of the writers and has no authority.  You are free to copy articles, provided you indicate the source of the article.  If you have a change of e-mail address or wish to unsubscribe the newsletter, please inform me.  There are 10 issues per year; it is not published during July and August.

Please send your stories, comments, suggestions or "Question for the Month" ideas to: Frances Mezei by e-mail, -- .

The website for the newsletter is now being developed and the details will be shared in the March issue.


A reader shared this comment: "It would be very helpful if there would be some links to people suffering from the same kind of illnesses, because none understands you better than a person who went through the same hell."

Dr. William Saunders from Atlantic, U.S.A. has generously offered his service to coordinate the concept of the teams which has been tried out during the past few years around the globe with great success.  Dr. Saunders, who has practiced as a medical doctor for 30 years, will share his present health care prescriptions which are based, to a large extent, on simple foods, prayer and balance in one's life.   He has an extraordinary ability to search for the truth in the body's ability to heal itself based on spiritual healing.

The "Healing Through Unity" newsletter was also a vision of Dr. Saunders.  Two years ago, in 1997, after I (Frances Mezei) joined his health program to assist with my health and healing process, he asked two other friends and myself if one of us would be willing to continue the newsletter he was doing.   I took on this service and the newsletter started in September, 1997. 

If a number of individuals (say three to four people) have the same objective, such as the cure of a particular disease or condition, a team can be formed.  This team would consult via e-mail with Dr. Saunders functioning as the guide and skilled physician using the healing teachings of the Baha'i Faith.  A general treatment program would be developed by this common experience of the team to travel the path toward health perfection and to learn to apply physical and spiritual health habits.  We are also familar with the value of consulting with other inidividuals who have common experiences.  As well, the team concept may be useful for certain health professionals to form a team and use the power of consultation to advance the process of healing.

If you wish to participate in a team with friends who are dealing with similar illnesses, disabilities, struggles or issues, please write to me at: -- and identify your specific needs to be placed in the right treatment program.  Some examples include high blood pressure, diabetes, migraine, depression, grief, cancer, blindness, etc. Also, if you wish to join the doctors and health professionals team, please inform me.  There is an annual membership fee of $35.00 U.S. payable to Dr. Saunders.  Individual consultations with Dr. Saunders are also available at $35.00 U.S. a week. If you have any questions about this program, we would be happy to answer your questions.
Best wishes for a fruitful and spiritually enriching Fast.
Frances Mezei
Ontario, Canada

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